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It's great for the price! But there's no comparing it to the iPad, which is in a different price range entirely. Different price range, different specs. Higher priced iPad, better device (usually).
Actually the size of the device to battery life is similar whatever the size (to an extent). A bigger phone means a bigger battery, but it also means a bigger display sucking up batter life. With the debut of iOS 8, the battery life of iDevices is e…
I really hate it when companies target ads against each other. Really! If your product is so good, why do you even bother attacking your competitions product?
I don't get why someone would want a the iPhone to be larger. It defies the point of mobile devices, mobility. You want to carry around a phone, that you can easily slip in and out of a pocket. Why would want your phone to be the size of a small sca…
On top of all that, all of Apple's devices allow you to store data in iCloud. This completely does away with the need for something like a microSD card slot for extra space. iCloud is also extremely easy to use, displaying and allowing you to search…
I'm completely against racism and the exclusion of women. But the population is still made up of a white majority. And a large part of the women in the US still haven't even entered the workforce. So it does seem a little harsh for Mr. Jackson to sa…
You've got to notice Starbucks as number five! Those people just love their morning coffee.
Wow, it seems everyone dislikes Blackberry devices now. I almost never see them when I go out, and the only time I ever hear of them, is when a friend decides to upgrade from it, to an iPhone or some other device.
Wow! For a concept iWatch, that's very sleek looking.
It could possibly be a new line of lap or desktop computers, using the touch technology they've developed for their current devices. Or it could be a new series of devices dealing in virtual reality, comparable to (but better than) the Oculus Rift, …
One of the Ideas I saw on here a while back, said apple could possibly be developing a screen that used electric friction to create the feeling that the screen had texture. So this could be taken advantage of to make objects feel three dimensional.
I've been using Pixelmator for four months now, and I don't see myself stopping using it. I use it for photo editing and web design. The one thing I do miss in it though, is RAW camera compatibility; I usually have to do most of my advanced editing …